Novel and Emerging Biomarkers for Cardiovascular Risk Stratification: Role of Inflammatory and Other Biomarkers

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Apart from the use of cardiac biomarker for diagnosing and monitoring Acute ischemic disease, an acute  myocardial  infarction  (AMI)  and  Heart  failure,  the  same  biomarkers  can  also  be  used  for predicting the  chances of  suffering from  these diseases in future.  In a way these  can be used  as screening biomarkers. Since the biomarkers, which are
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The study aimed to investigate the adsorptive interactions of metal hexacyanoferrates (II) and ethanol and  acetone  extracts  of  natural  antifungals.  Nickel,  manganese  and  copper  hexacyanoferrates (II) were synthesized and characterized by elemental and spectral studies. Each metal hexacyanoferrate (II) was combined with two natural antifungals: coconut (Cocos nucifera)  and  ochro (Abelmoschusesculentus)  leaf  extract.  The  antifungal 
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Sickle cell disease is a major public health problem in Africa and many other areas across the world. Many  drugs  that  are  available  for  treating  the  disease  are  insufficiently  effective,  toxic,  or  too expensive. Therefore, there is a pressing need for safe, effective, and inexpensive therapeutic agents from  indigenous  plants  used  in  traditional  medicines.  In 
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Introduction: Appropriate  exercises  during  pregnancy  have  proved  to  be  beneficial  to  many expectant  mothers,  though  how  much  and  what  kind  of  exercises  varies  from  person  to  person. Gaining a greater understanding of women’s knowledge, attitudes and practices about exercise during pregnancy may inform the design of exercise interventions for this population to maximise exercise adherence
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Apart from the use of cardiac biomarker for diagnosing and monitoring Acute ischemic disease, an acute  myocardial  infarction  (AMI)  and  Heart  failure,  the  same  biomarkers  can  also  be  used  for predicting the  chances of  suffering from  these diseases in future.  In a way these  can be used  as screening biomarkers. Since the biomarkers, which are
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The study aimed to investigate the adsorptive interactions of metal hexacyanoferrates (II) and ethanol and  acetone  extracts  of  natural  antifungals.  Nickel,  manganese  and  copper  hexacyanoferrates (II) were synthesized and characterized by elemental and spectral studies. Each metal hexacyanoferrate (II) was combined with two natural antifungals: coconut (Cocos nucifera)  and  ochro (Abelmoschusesculentus)  leaf  extract.  The  antifungal 
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Sickle cell disease is a major public health problem in Africa and many other areas across the world. Many  drugs  that  are  available  for  treating  the  disease  are  insufficiently  effective,  toxic,  or  too expensive. Therefore, there is a pressing need for safe, effective, and inexpensive therapeutic agents from  indigenous  plants  used  in  traditional  medicines.  In 
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Introduction: Appropriate  exercises  during  pregnancy  have  proved  to  be  beneficial  to  many expectant  mothers,  though  how  much  and  what  kind  of  exercises  varies  from  person  to  person. Gaining a greater understanding of women’s knowledge, attitudes and practices about exercise during pregnancy may inform the design of exercise interventions for this population to maximise exercise adherence
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Aims: To synthesize small molecule alkylating compounds and analyze the kinetics of the alkylation in aqueous solution. Determine molecular properties and the drug likeness of these four compounds as  potential  antineoplastic  agents  and  apply  statistical  analysis  to  identify  interrelationships  of properties. Study  Design: Four  compounds  were  synthesized,  characterized,  and  studied  for  alkylation capability.  The  alkylation 
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Background: Breast cancer originates in breast tissue, which is made up of glands for milk production (lobules),  and  the  ducts  that  connect  lobules  to  the  nipple.  Breasts  contain  both  dense  tissue (glandular  tissue  and  connective  tissue,  together  known  as  fibro-glandular  tissue)  and  fatty  tissue. Fatty tissue appears dark on a mammogram, whereas fibro-glandular tissue appears
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